Upper Sandusky Police Department
Heather E. Treadway, of Upper Sandusky, was issued a parking ticket for where sign prohibits on the early morning of April 25, while in the 100 block of North Sandusky Avenue.
Brian F. Tschanen, of Upper Sandusky, was issued a parking ticket for where sign prohibits on the early morning of April 25, while in the 100 block of East Wyandot Avenue.
Scott A. Boes and Lawrence E. Harmon, both of Upper Sandusky, were involved in a non-injury accident in the 200 block of North Sandusky Avenue.
An officer performed a stand-by for an unruly patient at Wyandot Memorial Hospital on the afternoon of April 25.
Jesus Vargas-Manjarrez, of Upper Sandusky, was cited for driving without a valid license and child restraint on the evening of April 25, while on North Warpole Street.
Officers responded to a possible suicide attempt in the 400 block of North Sandusky Street on the night of April 25. The complainant reported an ex-boyfriend who was sending suicidal text-messages.
Stephen D. Linton, of Dayton, was cited for parking on the roadway at Comfort Lane on the early morning of April 26.
Officers responded to Walton Grain on the early morning of April 26 regarding an alarm activation. Upon arrival, the building appeared secure and it was assumed to be weather-related.
A domestic verbal dispute in the 300 block of Henderson Avenue was observed by officers on the early morning of April 26. Contact was made with both parties and one subject left with a friend.
An officer performed a civil stand-by in the 500 block of South Sandusky Avenue on the morning of April 27, regarding claiming of clothing.
An open door at St. Peter’s School was reported on the morning of April 27. All appeared to be in order.
Abused juveniles in the area of North Eighth and West Bigelow streets were reported on the afternoon of April 27. A mother was observed pulling her daughter’s hair, yelling at her and calling her names. A report was forwarded to Children’s Services for review.
Kimberly E. Newman, of Upper Sandusky, was cited for a speed violation on the evening of April 27, while in the area of Johnson and Warpole streets.
A suspected intruder was reported in the 200 block of Richardson Drive on the night of April 27. Upon arrival, clothing, cosmetics and jewelry were found to be strewn around the floor as well as broken glass from a picture frame. The complainant later admitted to lying to officers and that it was a drunk friend who did the damage. The report was to be sent on to the detective and prosecutor for recommendation of charges.
Burglary was reported in the 300 block of North Eighth Street on the early morning of April 28. The complainant said she heard several strange noises, but no one was located upon an officers’ search.
Unwanted guests at the Days Inn were reported on the morning of April 28. There was no record of the persons and upon contact and they agreed to leave.
An open door at Harrison Smith Park was reported on the afternoon of April 28. Upon contact, it appeared to be person error by whoever was last there. Contact was made with appropriate person.